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Welcome and thank you for coming to my website! If you are looking for a different type of pediatrician, you’re in the right place!

I would love to partner with you to help transform your child’s health. My goal is to get to the root of the illness whether its eczema, reflux, chronic runny nose, recurrent ear or sinus infections, asthma, allergies, constipation, or stomach aches. I will listen carefully, pay attention to the details, and help uncover the underlying cause of inflammation. I won’t just put a bandaid on the symptoms. I am an integrative pediatrician so treating your child with the best of traditional and integrative medicine is my specialty.

Together, we will create an individualized plan that strengthens your child’s immune system, decreases their overall inflammation and heals them from the inside out.

I have created a unique system to help children and families attain and sustain great health! The goal is to keep you OUT Of the doctor’s office!

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Treating Childhood Asthma at the Cellular Level: Case Study

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In traditional medicine, asthma is often considered a lifelong diagnosis, but with an integrative approach, symptoms can be well-controlled or even resolved. Asthma is a condition involving the narrowing of airways and excess mucus production,…

Healthy Kids, Happy Moms TV: Getting to the Root of an Issue

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Learn how we use the best of traditional and integrative medicine to get to the root cause of illness so that children and families can thrive.
Swimmer's Ear

A Natural Approach to Preventing Swimmer’s Ear

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Nothing says summer like pool days, beach trips, water parks and swimmer's ear. For many kids, swimmer's ear is a nuisance they've come to accept as part of summer, but it doesn't have to be that…